The first snowboard to be invented in this century was invented in the 1890s.
The idea was to take the traditional wooden board and cut it into two sections.
Then, when you put your foot in the middle, it could be a vertical board, a horizontal board or even a snow board.
But, of course, that wasn’t possible until the 1980s when a man by the name of Jim Tresor came up with a design for an extremely lightweight snowboard.
Tresor was the man behind the design for the Snowboarders Snowboard.
It was called the Snowbird and it was invented by a man called Joe McLean in 1932.
Its predecessor, the SnowBird was made of aluminum and steel.
McLean’s Snowbird was the first snow board to go into mass production.
He was also the man responsible for making the design of the Snowball that would become the standard snowboard in the world.
Nowadays, the term “Snowbird” has been reclaimed by a new group of snowboarders called the Tresors.
They have a different name to the original Snowbird, and they have made their snowboards lighter.
They have also designed their boards so that the board’s handle is angled downwards.
In the early 1990s, a group of Tresos made a new design for a new snowboard, called the Diving Board.
What’s different about the Ducking Board is that it has a more aerodynamic design, but that also means that it can still snowboard quite a bit better than its predecessor.
The Diving Boards first model was designed in 1991 and was named the Ice Cream Board.
It is also the first board that is designed to be used in the winter.
There is also a new board, the Flying Snowboard, which was designed by the Trosons Snowbird team in 2010.
Ice Cream Board